flame color

  1. bright reddish-orange.

Origin of flame color

First recorded in 1600–10

Other words from flame color

  • flame-colored, adjective

Words Nearby flame color

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How to use flame color in a sentence

  • The storm-portending evening glow tinges the fleecy clouds flame color, causing the rest of the sky to appear topaz green.

    The Green Book | Mr Jkai
  • He caught flashes of flame color beneath the gray and at her breast fluttered a knot of scarlet silk.

    Green Valley | Katharine Reynolds
  • Warm reds and even flame-color can be worn, but ambers, yellows and fawns will be the more harmonious.

    Social Life | Maud C. Cooke
  • Soaring streamers of red and flame-color arched the eastern sky like the dome of a mighty pagoda.

    A Spoil of Office | Hamlin Garland
  • Virgil represents her horses as of flame color, and varies their number from two to four, according as she rises slower or faster.